The Haworth Gallery in Accrington will be holding a special celebration to mark the Queen becoming the country’s longest serving monarch.
The mayor will join councillors and local schoolchildren at the gallery on September 17 for events to mark the landmark day including making a toast to the Queen and a tree planting ceremony in her honour.
Local people will also have the chance to pay personal tributes, by signing one of the commemorative books at either the Haworth Art Gallery, or the Town Hall which will then be sent to the Queen at Christmas. The books will be available to sign after September 17.
Council Leader, Cllr Miles Parkinson, said: “Hyndburn has a long and proud association with the Queen and her visit to Accrington in 2012 is still fresh in our minds, a truly wonderful day and a momentous occasion in Hyndburn’s rich history.
"Reaching this milestone is a remarkable achievement and we’re keen to pay tribute to Her Majesty the Queen, for her loyal and dignified service over all these years. Don’t miss your chance to pay your personal tribute by signing one of the commemorative books at Haworth Art Gallery or Town Hall.”